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europeans, germans and brussels who want to see strenuous action from the government in order to backstop the government with potentially buying of its bonds. herein lies the problem. this is a country that has tried austerity. it's not like greece that's been dragging its feet. lehoy has enacted over 60 billion euros' worth of reforms, over 2 1/2 years to 2014. and the problem is, those reforms are making things worse. it's that whole contradiction is austerity driving growth out of the country, or actually is it creating conditions for investors to get more confidence? and then you get the protests from the people on the street. i'm actually standing on the exact point just outside where parliament is barricaded. you can see behind me just right at that point where over the last two nights, we've seen police charges, plastic bullets being fired as well, protesters getting violent because they're getting very frustrated about the really tough economic conditions which they don't see anything getting better. but i do want to leave this here on a very positive note. and there is one positi
in both cities. more cuts in government spending and higher taxes as they try to balance their budgets. michelle caruso-cabrera joins us this morning. ft calls this a step toward a full blown constitutional crisis in spain. why now? >> absolutely. when it comes to spain, why now? there's going to be a new budget announced tomorrow. that's expected to have new austerity measures that many spanish citizens won't like. in greece, any day now we'll hear what new cuts they will be making there. this was scene in greece a little more than an hour ago as thousands of striking union members descended on the main square in athens in front of the parliament. once again, tear gas used to disperse the crowds. police beating some of the protesters who refused to move. at one point it looked like the national guard might go up in flames. things have calmed down. on to madrid last night, where thousands there surrounded the parliament there as well, chanted phrases like "let us in," "we want to evict you." police did use rubber bullets and we watch live as they beat some protesters. as you mentioned
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